I have a server that has 1 ssd drive for the OS that is not on the raid controller and 3 2TB SATA drives on a raid controller with raid 5. I am looking for the cheapest solution for protecting the OS drive in case of failure. Can i clone the ssd drive to another ssd drive say 1 a week and if the os drive fails i can just plug in the cloned drive? I would think this would work because this is the only DC and i shouldn't have to worry about Tombstone records. I was thinking of acronis to do the cloning.
Customer doesnt want to spend the money on setting up a second DC.
You can use dynamic RAID1 mirror built of two SSD drives. Ine one fails you can continue working from another drive. This is inbuilt feature of Windows and costst nothing. Plus take backup using Windows
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